Dimensity 9000 Outperforms Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in Benchmark Results

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In the last year or two, MediaTek has grown quite a lot, demonstrating to the rest of the world that it can compete with market leaders like Qualcomm. With its latest and greatest flagship for mobile devices, the Taiwanese chipmaker has brought another amazing product to the market. Yes, the Dimensity 9000 CPU is here, and it will appear in a number of products that will be released next year. MediaTek is confident in the chipset. Several benchmarks, including AnTuTu, Geekbench, PCMark have also painted a rosy picture of the chipset. 

The new chipset, when tested against the products from Qualcomm in the CPU tests, performs admirably. However, the chipset falls short in the GPU testing. Both of these margins, however, are not extremely sharp and are simply marginal.

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Benchmark Results 

AnTuTu is the first benchmark to test the Dimensity 9000 SoC. In that benchmark, the chipset achieves a score of 1,017,488 points, which is comparable to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. For reference, the Realme GT2 Pro passed the same test a few weeks ago, surpassing the 1 million point mark.

The next in line is Geekbench 5 tests, the MediaTek chipset receives 1273 points for single-core and 4324 points for multicore. It is clear from the results that the chipset offers quite capable single-core and great multicore performance. The reason behind this is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra/Note on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 scored 1219 and 3154, respectively, which is significantly below the 4000 mark achieved by MediaTek.

The last benchmark is the PCMark benchmark, the Work 3.0 performance test gave Dimensity 9000 a score of 17573 points. Again, this is greater than the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, which scored 16858 in a recent benchmark test.

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